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Maple Sapling Podcast
75 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 6 - Mino Bimaadiziwin with Shane McSauby
On this episode of Maple Sapling Podcast Shane McSauby (Anishinaabe) shares his passion for film, flimmaking, and directing. He also mentions his fellowship at the Sundance Institute Native Filmmaker’s Lab in 2016 and completing his film Mino Bimaadiziwin. We also discuss the demands of graduate school in NYC. Follow Shane on social media: Instagram: @shane.mcsauby Website: shanemcsauby.com Vimeo: Mino Bimaadiziwin Maple Sapling Podcast RSS
80 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 5 - Spicy Mango Comics
Spicy Mango Comics chop it up with Maple Sapling Podcast. Spicy Mango Comics brings a fresh take on what it means to be a first-generation American girl who write their narratives through comics, cartoons, and illustrations. Based in New York City, the trio incorporate their identity, family and perspectives on fashion into their artwork. On this episode Spicy Mango Comics talk on the topics of their origin story, working collectively and individually, influences for their characters, and what the vibe is when vending at comic markets and fairs.
63 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 4 - Lake of Betrayal: The Story of Kinzua Dam with Caleb Abrams
On episode 4 of Caleb Abrams (Seneca) shares his passion for art, storytelling and his role in the documentary about the construction of the Kinzua Dam and its consequences on the Seneca people. Caleb also discusses some of his upcoming projects. Lake of Betrayal Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/Lake-of-Betrayal-541323326022642/
58 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 3 - Protecting Bears Ears with Angelo Baca
On Episode 3 of Maple Sapling Podcast Angelo Baca (Hopi/Navajo) shares some of his work around protecting Bears Ears. For more information on Bears Ears go to: utahdinebikeyah.org For more information on Angelo's documentary: Shashjaa.wordpress.com
35 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 2 - Native Hunting Perspectives with Jonathan Gill
On the second episode of The Maple Sapling Podcast I interview Jonathan Gill (Seneca/Lakota) as he reflects on family stories and lessons learned while hunting Whitetail Deer on the Cattaraugus Territory. Jonathan is an Oglala Lakota/Seneca young man raised and currently living on the Cattaraugus Indian Territory. He’s an avid outdoorsman, hunter, fisherman, and lacrosse player. He’s currently involved with his family’s farm: Walnut Grove Farm where he helps maintain the grounds. He’s also involved in a construction training program on the Seneca Territory, He has been accepted into Salish Kootenai College in northwestern Montana, where he aims his academic focus on Forestry and Forest Management. You can follow him on the gram’ @jgill26 Maple Sapling Podcast RSS
33 minutes | May 2, 2020
Episode 1 - Food Sovereignty with Elizabeth Hoover
To kick-off my podcast I speak with Elizabeth Hoover (Mohawk & Mik'maq), a Manning Assistant Professor of American Studies at Brown University where she teaches courses on environmental health and justice in Native communities, Indigenous food movements, and community engaged research. Her second book project From “Garden Warriors” to “Good Seeds;” Indigenizing the Local Food Movement explores Native American farming and gardening projects around the country: the successes and challenges faced by these organizations, the ways in which participants define and envision concepts like food sovereignty, and importance of heritage seeds. Elizabeth also serves on the executive committee of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance (NAFSA), and the newly formed Slow Food Turtle Island regional association.
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